Eddie Banks (with The Five Dreamers)* - Rock A Bye Blues / Sugar Diabetes (Vinyl)

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  1. Also appears as "Josie" only. For unofficial releases, see Josie Records (2) Josie Records was a subsidiary of Jubilee Records in New York and was active from through to Single records were numbered from through to Josie Records began as a doo-wop label in the mid s, morphed into a Soul in the early s, and.
  2. Rock Me Baby. Eddie Davis. Amazon: 4: St. Louis Blues. Eddie Davis. Amazon: 5 Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blues Diamonds - Eddie Davis on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Blues Diamonds - Eddie Davis on AllMusic.
  3. Eddie Money at the Rock To The Rescue Concert to benefit the victims of 9/11 and the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame Children's Education Fund at the Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on October 20,
  4. Rock A Bye Blues - Eddie Banks & The Five Dreamers Walkin' And Talkin' The Blues - The King Toppers You Only You - The Angelettes Nobody Knows - The Kansas City Tomcats Sugar Diabetes - Eddie Banks & The Five Dreamers You Broke My Heart - The Clicks Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 2 customer ratings; Amazon Best 5/5(1).
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  6. Eddie Money may have erred more toward commercial and popular success during his singles career than he ever did toward critical regard, but his solid, blue-collar arena rock boasts a number of perfectly fine moments. Some have argued that Money reached his artistic peak right out of the gate, but he continued to release accessible music throughout the '80s that drew and continues to attract a.
  7. EDDIE MONEY Vinyl Records and CDs: New York-born singer Eddie Money's rock career began in earnest in Berkeley, Calif. After signing with impresario Bill Graham's management company, his self-titled debut album contained the hits "Two Tickets to Paradise" and "Baby Hold On." The music was standard, vaguely R&B-tinged AOR, with big riffs.

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